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Condolences to the Royal Family

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BSTC - 20th September 2022

On behalf of the residents of Bradley Stoke, Councillors and Staff at the Town Council express their deepest condolences to the Royal Family following the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.

Her Majesty the Queen has been a source of inspiration and a role model for life in public service for over seventy years. We sincerely wish that expressions of deep esteem and the gratitude of our nation, for a life so unselfishly given, may act as great comfort and consolation to you all at this time.

Bradley Stoke Town Council Mayor, Councillor Tony Griffiths, councillors and staff joined with the local community at the Jubilee Centre at 2.15pm on Sunday 11th September 2022 to read the official Accession Proclamation (see wording of the Proclamation below).

Accession Proclamation - 11th September 2022 (Word)

A book of condolence opened at the Jubilee Centre from Monday 12th September 2022 until Tuesday 20th September 2022 has been signed by many councillors, staff and members of the community.

Photo from Proclamation event
Book of Condolence at Jubilee Centre

An online book of condolence has been opened by Buckingham Palace and can be accessed on the link below:

The Royal Family

South Gloucestershire Council also have their own online book of condolence which can be accessed via the weblink below:

Book of condolence for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

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